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HRC 200: Introduction to Social and Cultural Analysis

A guide for Dr. Elenes' Fall 2018 HRC 200.

Action Project Research

This guide is divided into five sections that correspond to the kinds of research you need to do for your Action Project:

  1. Academic Literature
  2. Legislative Action, Federal and State
  3. Media Coverage
  4. Court Cases
  5. Relevant Organizations

Keep in mind that your librarian is available to assist you with your research when you need it.  

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